The Sunday Times million-bestselling author talks to Paul Burston about her latest dark and captivating thriller Watch Her Fall, set during a production of Swan Lake and described as Black Swan meets Killing Eve.
Ava Kirilova has reached the top of her profession and is about to play one of the most challenging roles in ballet. It’s a part that dancers would kill for – and someone really wants to see her fall.
‘A captivating hall of mirrors of a novel, where nothing and no one is as they seem.’ Paula Hawkins, author of The Girl on the Train
Erin Kelly’s debut novel The Poison Tree was adapted as a major ITV drama, chosen as a Richard & Judy bestseller and longlisted for the CWA John Creasy Award. Stephen King wrote to her saying: ‘I wish I’d written it.’
Since then she has published seven more psychological thrillers and the novelisation of the BAFTA-winning Broadchurch. Her novels We Know/You Know and He Said/She Said were also Richard & Judy picks, and her books have sold over a million copies and been translated into 25 languages. She also works as a journalist and a creative writing teacher.
Erin will be interviewed by Paul Burston. Paul’s novels include domestic noir The Closer I Get and the WH Smith no 1 bestseller The Black Path; he is also curator and host of award-winning LGBTQ+ literary salon Polari.
This event will be held online as a Zoom webinar. A link to access the webinar will be sent to you the day before the event.